The Ford Mustang has been on the production line of America's most popular car brand since 1965. The best-selling car was Ford's commercial savior in the early years of production and has been available in six generations to date. Since 2015 when the latest Mustang model was unveiled; Fans of muscle cars have been waiting for the introduction of the Shelby GT500 version, and now, after 4 years, this dream has come true. Just hours ago at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, the most powerful standard-built version of the Ford Mustang in history was unveiled. According to the manufacturer, the 2020 Shelby GT500 has more than 700 horsepower and reaches a top speed of 100 km / h in about 3 seconds. The exact torque of this car has not been announced yet, but Ford claims that the Shelby GT500 will cover a distance of 400 meters in less than 11 seconds. Other technical statistics of the car, including net weight, top speed and fuel consumption will be announced in the future. This model is equipped with a 7-speed DCT automatic transmission with manual shifting and double clutch system. According to Shelby engineers, the gearshift speed for the new generation GT500 will be around 100 milliseconds to have the best performance in its class. The buyer of the most powerful Mustang in the world can order 20-inch carbon alloy wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires that are 305 mm wide. Brembo brake calipers are 420 mm long and are equipped with 6 pistons to be about 20% larger than the Shelby GT350. In terms of interior features, Shelby's latest product is satisfactory. The 8-inch touchscreen is located in the middle of the dashboard and comes with a powerful Bang & Alfsen (B&O) sound system. Behind the steering wheel, there is a 12-inch all-digital panel that provides a variety of information to the driver's taste.